Alpine Valley Organic Bread

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We normally purchase the Kirkland Signature Multi-Grain Bread but this past week, we decided to try one of the new Alpine Valley Organic Breads at Costco.

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I’m not so sure if that was a good idea. First, let me stress that flavor-wise, the bread is good.

The problem is with the texture. The bread feels moist and kinda sticky to the touch. It almost feels like under-cooked dough? It’s just very different from the bread we’re used to.

We’re almost done with the first loaf and are getting used to it but it still feels quite strange.

We do love the fact that this bread is Certified Organic and contains:

– No Added Fat

– No Oils

– No Cholesterol

– No Processed Sugars

– No Artificial Flavors

– No Artificial Additives

– No Dairy Products

– No Eggs

– No Preservatives

Ingredients: Organic Whole Grain Wheat Flour, Organic Wheat Flour, Water, Organic Honey, Organic Sunflower Seeds, Organic Flaxseed, Organic Cultured Wheat, Organic Vinegar, Sea Salt, Yeast.

There are 3 options available: Multi-Grain with Omega-3, Sprouted Honey Wheat with Flaxseed and Organic 21 Whole Grain.

I wonder if they’re all super-moist and sticky to the touch? Is this normal?

A 2-pack of the Alpine Valley Organic Bread  is normally priced at $6.89.

There’s currently a $2 instant savings which lowers the price to $4.89.

The discount is valid till 09/29/13.

Each loaf is 24 oz.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

Have you tried the Alpine Valley Organic Bread? Do you like it?

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  • Eboo

    This is the best bread ever! I love the soft texture and this bread toasts very well, especially with the sunflower seeds. I find Ezekiel and Rudi’s too dry and dense.

  • Steve

    I love this bread….

  • Gayl Ballier

    I actually like the more moist texture as most breads tend to be too dry.